When you talk about consistency and excellence in Spanish winemaking, one name stands out to me above all. The Torres Family has been a staple in the region for centuries and their holdings are insane. But their relentless pursuit of excellence and commitment to quality is why they’re consistently Drink International’s ‘most admired wine brand in Europe.’
They also make some of my favorites values, from the Secret del Priorat to the Celeste ‘Sur Lies’ Verdejo to today’s ‘Pazo de Bruxas’ Albarino. These wines represent some of our most requested wines, which is pretty considerable when you take into account that they’re all Tuesday nighters.
The Pazo de Bruxas is a particular Spring classic. It comes from the red-hot coastal region of Rias Baixas that is responsible for most of your favorite Albarinos. These wines aren’t light, fruity numbers; they’re more crisp and minerally, with a creamy middle and a lot of depth for a white wine.
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